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New Post! Welcoming Shawn Harris: Our Spring ’21 Designers in Residence

Projects

Trueque

Karla Despradel (2017)

“A program that leverages insights from behavioral science, education and design, to help youth in the Dominican Republic stay in school and out of trouble.”

Guardians of the Ocean Club

Parppim Pimmaratana (2018) An in-school program that inspires children to rescue beloved ocean species by reducing plastic trash, and through them, to influence adults to do the same. Process Paper: (PDF)

Moms Make Books

Amanda Finuccio (2018) A bookmaking workshop for mothers with children between ages 4 and 12 who want sexual health development to begin at home, and include the messages and values they want to impart to their children. Process Paper: (PDF)

DogGone.Fun

Yun Ang Tsai (2019) A community helping dogs go into forever loving homes from shelters by telling real stories of the rescue world in a new and engaging experience. Process Paper: (PDF)

CommonJane

Corinne Reynolds, Danielle Shepard & Mary Beth Lumley (2019) A digital community organizer that equips citizens with the proven tools and expertise of professional activists – turning them into instruments of change. Process Paper: (PDF)

Friends with Death

Luciana Rodrigues (2019) Focusing on helping young people who have lost a parent give their grief a sense of purpose. Process Paper: (PDF)

Time In

Jade Broomfield (2017)

“A program to counteract colorism in elementary schools using mindfulness to break the pattern of discouragement, lack of confidence and stereotyping.”

Get to Know

Mohammed Al-Thani (2017)

“In a country reliant on a declining oil industry, a program to open young students’ minds to career opportunities in science and research and connect them to mentors and relevant education.”

Karaoke Club

Carmen Lopez (2017) and Irene Rojas (2017)

“An alternative space for people who are already taking classes to practice English through music.”

Lugaty (My Language)

Sara Al Kuwari (2017)

“Educational materials for helping children of Arab expat families maintain their native language fluency and avoid communication challenges while temporarily residing in the U.S.”

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